How to Avoid Erectile Dysfunction

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No guy likes to talk about it. But talk about it we’re going to do. Because the truth is, erectile dysfunction (ED) is really awful to experience at any age. Let’s be real, having a raging hard-on is just a normal part of male life for many years. And then one day… your hard-on decides to call in sick. And not being able to perform really messes with your head, which doesn’t help matters downstairs.

The good news is, there are many different things that can cause erectile dysfunction and making some lifestyle adjustments can help you avoid a limp noodle.

Get Your Testosterone Levels Checked

After the age of 40, men’s testosterone levels begin to drop off. ED is one of the common symptoms of low T levels, as is low sex drive, moodiness, and lack of stamina. If you’re over the age of 40 and experiencing one or more of these, have your doctor check your levels.

Watch Your Diet

Eating a diet full of processed junk food will not help your overall health. And it turns out that a diet that can cause a man to develop heart disease can also lead to ED. Here’s why.

Eating foods that can cause clogged arteries, which impedes blood flow to the heart, can also restrict blood flow to your penis. This is the blood that makes your penis nice and hard.

To increase your blood circulation, stop eating fried and processed foods and start eating a heart-healthy diet such as the Mediterranean diet or the Keto diet.

Lose Weight

A poor diet often leads to packing on extra pounds, which can ultimately lead to insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. The thing with type 2 diabetes is, it can lead to nerve damage, including nerves in your penis. When this happens, ED is a common result.

The good news is, type 2 diabetes is completely reversible. By cutting way down on your carbs and increasing consumption of healthy fats and by exercising and losing weight, you can take the pounds off and prevent or reverse the disease.

Cut Back on the Beer

Having a few beers or cocktails during the week is fine, but chronic heavy drinking not only causes liver damage, it also messes with your sex hormone levels, and THIS can lead to ED. If you think you may be tossing back one or four too many, try cutting back.

Watch How You Exercise

After hearing that riding a bike can lead to ED, you have to wonder how Lance Armstrong is doing in that department. Doctors warn to avoid exercises that put excessive pressure on the perineum, the area between the scrotum and anus. Chronic pressure here can lead to blood vessel and nerve damage that supply the penis. And again, the biggest culprit is bicycle riding.

 Quit Smoking

Smoking cigarettes can harm blood vessels and reduce blood flow to your penis. Nicotine also causes your blood vessels to contract, which also constricts blood flow to your member.

Forget Dangerous Sex Positions

You might not believe this, or then again, maybe you will, but many cases of ED have been the result of wild sex positions gone wrong. Penile injuries are no joke. Stop being a hero, slow down, and when your woman is on top, tell her to calm down a bit.

These are some of the best ways you can keep your erection nice and healthy. But what do you do if none of these helps? First, see your doctor to make sure you don’t have an underlying cause for your ED. Once you’ve been given a clean bill of health, you’ll simply need a little extra help.

Our Golden Royal Honey contains powerful natural ingredients that have been shown to help men achieve massive erections. And the best part is, since our product is all-natural, you won’t experience any nasty side effects that come with other pharmaceutical solutions.

Try some today and feel like yourself again.

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